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The Sims 4 Kids Room Stuff Game Guide
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Design and personalise kids’ bedrooms that spark the imagination of your Sims with The Sims 4 Kids Room Stuff. Collect and trade monster cards, then bring them to life in the electronic battle station. Put on a puppet show to tell stories and entertain family and friends. Outfit your Sims in kids clothing that expresses their individual style.
Male Child – 2 Hairstyles, 10 Tops, 1 Bottom, 2 Outfits, 1 Pair of Shoes
New Music Genre
The Sims 4 Kids Room Stuff adds the new “Tween Pop” music genre to the game. You can now listen to the new music tracks in game via the stereo and speaker systems.
New TV Channel
Kids Room Stuff adds a brand new “BEtween TV” television channel to the game. Sims of all ages can watch and enjoy this channel directly on any of the televisions.
If you own The Sims 4 Get Together Expansion Pack, you will receive two new Club Activities with The Sims 4 Kids Room Stuff. “Battle With Voidcritters” and “Perform Puppet Shows” are the new object type activities available when picking club activities in the game.
The Sims 4 Kids Room includes the brand new Voidcritters Collection. Children can collect these battle cards by using the all new “Look for Discarded Toys” interaction in logs and trash cans, by trading, or by purchasing the Voidcritter booster packs on a computer.
Voidcritters and Battlestations
In The Sims 4 Kids Room Stuff Pack, children are able to collect and trade their favorite Voidcritter cards. These new collectibles allow children to battle together on the new Voidcritter Battle Station object, and also count towards the new Voidcritter collection.
Voidcritter cards are found inside booster packs which contain common, uncommon, and rare Voidcritter cards. All cards have a +3 Playful emotional aura. To begin their collection, Sims are able to look for and collect Voidcritter cards in many different places. The following methods are available for finding booster packs:
Look for Discarded Toys – The Sims 4 Kids Room includes a brand new “Look for Discarded Toys” interaction for children. Using this interaction allows children to look in trash cans and logs for discarded toys. When performing this action, there’s a good chance children will find one of the Voidcritter booster packs and random toys. The trash can interaction has a cool down period of 8 hours.
Trading – Children can use the all new “Ask to Trade Voidecritters” interaction to trade cards with other children. This prompts a pop up that allows you to choose which card to trade, along with a notification informing you of which Voidcritter your Sim received in exchange. Trading is the best way to remove duplicates from your inventory, but it can only be used on Sims outside the household.
Ordering from the Computer – Adults and Children can both access the computer to Order Voidcritter Booster Packs. You can purchase one booster pack for §25 Simoleons, or a five pack for §125 Simoleons. Booster packs will be placed in a Sim’s inventory where they will have the option to open and reveal the contents.
When Sims find a Voidcritter, a notification will pop up giving them information about the creature’s lore and episodic history. Likewise, this information can be seen again by clicking the Read Card interaction on the card. Sims will find a variety of common, uncommon and even extremely rare Limited Edition Foil cards during the collection process.
Voidcritter cards can be sold by using the “Sell” panel in a Sim’s inventory. The value of cards is determined by rarity. Common Cards are worth §5, Uncommon Cards are worth §15, and Rare Cards are worth §55. Limited Edition Foil cards do not yield a higher value.
❗ Voidcritter cards are also available in buydebug mode as individual, unpackaged cards. Voidcritter cards that are spawned using the debug method must be placed in a Sim’s inventory to count towards the collection.
❗ Collecting all of the Voidcritter cards will result in a completed Voidcritter collection, and the Elemental Egalitarian Plaque will be sent to your household through the mail.
Avesu - Wind - Uncommon - §15
The Avesu, or Gem Snatching bird, lives high in the mountains on its home world. The species struggled to adjust to sea level conditions after its appearance in our world. As it became acclimated to highly populated areas, it developed an attraction to shiny objects and precious stones.
Episode 5 saw Leif’s rich uncle Mervin attacked by an Avesu, which was particularly charmed by his bedazzled cuff links. Subsequently, Leif and his friends tracked the bird to its nest where they discovered the Avesu had adapted to use the gemstones to protect their eggs from predators.
Dicoatl - Wind - Rare - §55
The flying serpent Dicoatl is a skilled hunter of the skies. Its battle abilities include creating strong gales of wind with its wings, and a gem on its forehead which it can illuminate to signal other Dicoatl.
A heartfelt moment in episode 10 brought the species to prominence. Leif’s classmate Ellie used her Meduso to defeat an aggressive Dicoatl, then sympathetically offered to take the critter under her figurative wing. Since then the two have been inseparable, with Ellie often seen teaching it dogfight maneuvers in the local park.
Meduso - Wind - Common - §5
The gelatinous texture of Meduso’s body can be deceptive. Its amorphous shape is as weightless as the feathers that adorn its head, giving it the ability to drift through the air and avoid danger. While often mistaken as a mouth, the cavity in its face is in fact an enlarged nostril, giving it a predilection to track down the source of intensely fragrant smells.
Episode 20 saw a flock of Meduso latch themselves onto a perfume saleswoman, causing chaos at the local mall. Leif cleverly helped lure the Meduso away with the scent of succulent meat when he fired up the grill in a nearby park.
Nimbus - Wind - Uncommon - §15
Often found resting high above the ground on a self-made cloud, Nimbus tend gardens of their own creation by supplying them with daily rain.
A Nimbus first clashed with Sims in episode 15. One Nimbus created an impeccable garden on the outskirts of Leif’s hometown, but several teens playing hooky brashly decided to vandalize the carefully cultivated land. The Nimbus responded in kind, harassing the teens daily with thunder, lightning, and hail. Leif was eventually able to convince them to return to the scene and till the soil so that the land could grow once again.
Nymphaea - Earth - Common - §5
These helpless looking critters mimic the budding plants that share their forest home. Generally slow moving and lacking extremities to defend themselves, Nymphaea prefer to use their pollen to charm others into protecting their groves. When under extreme duress, they’re known to produce fungal spores that invade animal hosts and allow them to propagate their species in a safer environment.
Episode 19 dealt with several Nymphaea that took over a flower shop and started reproducing at an alarming rate. It took all of Leif’s ingenuity to free his friends from their hypnotizing pollen and relocate them to a remote nature preserve.
Mytheme - Earth - Uncommon - §15
Encased in living stone that it can shape at will, ancient Mythemes are thought to have created the Voidcritter’s lands and islands in millennia past. Despite their slow pace, their absolute command of the elements makes them a difficult foe in battle.
Leif’s friend Barry had a near death experience in episode 4, when a parkour mishap at a construction site caused a section of scaffolding to give way. A powerful Mytheme happened to be nearby, and it rapidly shifted a pile of gravel to brace the collapsing structure, giving Barry just enough time to scramble to safety. Indebted, Barry swore an oath to protect and battle alongside all Mythemes.
Suintor - Earth - Rare - §55
With a keen ability to sniff out metals buried deep in the earth, Suintors build their homes out of the rocks and soil they dig through to find their food. Unlike the ivory tusks of our planet’s boars, a Suintor’s tusks are made from lonsdaleite. This has led scientists to hypothesize that their home planet was ravaged by meteorite impacts during the time when Suintors evolved to take their current form.
When a Suintor found its way into Leif’s town in episode 9, it built its home on the median of a busy street to stop the delish meals that it observed passing by at high speeds. Leif took pity on the confused critter and convinced it that vehicles are not good sources of food, saving it from a fate of being hunted by insurance adjusters.
Simgaia - Earth - Uncommon - §15
At home in landscapes littered with cylindrical rock formations, Simgaia traversed their unique biome by swinging from pillar to pillar using the vines of plants that hung from outcroppings. Such behavior reinforced the musculature in their front limbs, causing them to pack quite the punch.
Episode 14 focused on a troop of Simgaia attempting to settle amongst a block of high-rise apartments, using electrical cables they’d ripped from poles to swing to and fro. After causing a massive power outage, Leif was able to coax them to the outskirts of town where they would be less disruptive.
Yorier - Fire - Common - §5
The small dog-like monster called a Yorier lives among large rock formations found in its home world’s deserts. Burrowing deep into the soft rock, Yoriers breathe fire into their dens before dusk to heat the earth until morning.
Episode 3 saw Leif receive a letter from his pen-pal Lora in Oasis Springs. She spoke of befriending a Yorier who she’d nursed back to health after discovering it on the verge of death. The poor thing had attempted its nightly ritual of breathing fire onto the desert rocks before laying down for the night, only to suffer from a heatstroke. The critter was blissfully unaware that it never actually gets cold in Oasis Springs.
Canis - Fire - Rare - §55
A powerful critter, the Canis is able to coat its ashen black fur in flames burning at greater than 1400 degrees Celsius. This naturally destructive power makes it an outcast amongst other species, despite its naturally pleasant disposition. Canis are left to wander lands recently ravaged by forest fires in an attempt to not be run off by those fearing an uncontrolled burn.
In episode 8, Leif races against time to put out fires started by an out of control Canis. The fear of suddenly appearing in another world caused the normally peaceful Canis to rampage through the town, creating a crisis for a municipality with no local fire department.
Cyprin - Fire - Uncommon - §15
Floating along in air currents produced by its own body warmth, Cyprin live near the mouths of active volcanos. While Cyprin’s outward appearance is fishlike in nature, its tails and fins are actually flames it manipulates to help propel itself.
When they warped into existence in Leif’s hometown in episode 13, Cyprin interrupted a county fair by warming themselves over grills at the various food stands. While they were immediately shooed away due to health codes regarding food preparation, they found themselves at home in the tent of a traveling fire eater who was performing at the fair.
Fissure - Fire - Uncommon - §15
Born from volcanoes, Fissures burst forth from the ground when they reach adulthood after eating their way through the planetary crust. They’re known to form a symbiotic relationship with Cyprins that act as their eyes and ears, in return for enabling Cyprins to survive in regions that lack magmatic activity.
In episode 18, Leif tripped over a Fissure that had entered a dormant state due to a lack of sufficient heat to keep its body molten. He was able to help the creature by convincing a local smelter to let it bathe in her furnace during work hours.
Wisp - Void - Common - §5
Drawn to the gloomy like a moth to a flame, Wisps feed on negative emotions. These tiny critters have a ravenous appetite, but have found this planet full of emotional Sims to be quite hospitable. They possess the ability to phase in and out of our visible dimensions, and Sims who find their mood inexplicably improving are often unwittingly serving as hosts to a hungry Wisp.
In episode 6, Leif first encountered Wisps when a trio of them attached themselves to a classmate. He initially tried to ward them off, only to realize their presence was actively helping his classmate’s mood improve.
Veild - Void - Rare - §55
Mysterious and unidentified, Veild are known to appear and disappear within a strange fog that it commands at will. It’s said that Sims become transfixed in the presence of a Veild. Looking upon their form gives the impression of gazing deep into the galaxy itself, as the pattern of a star map shifts across their skin. The tribal necklace they wear seems to indicate an ancient form of space magic that the Veild wield.
An enigmatic force in the show, Veild have both aided and hindered Leif and his friends on several occasions. No one knows what a Veild’s motives are, but they appear to watch over the other critters that have come to our world.
Wickyn - Void - Uncommon - §15
Wickyn are the embodiment of terror, who control a foe by probing their mind and manifesting their greatest fears. They lower their enemy’s defenses by crossing their eyes and projecting a derpy appearance, causing their opponent to massively underestimate them.
Throughout the series Wickyn have been seen aiding antagonists by coercing other powerful critters to do their bidding. They control these docile critters via projected hallucinations, with the promise of freeing them after their dirty work is complete. Leif has vowed to stop this critter from causing further havoc, but has yet to devise a plan to shield his mind during battle.
Vulpes - Void - Uncommon - §15
In the depths of the Mauven Forest on its home world, Vulpes’ used their ability to manipulate gravity to blend in with the violet leaf canopy when hunting their prey. While the Vulpes’ dark purple and blue coat has made it difficult to conceal itself in its new surroundings here, its gravity bending powers experienced a substantial boost, as its original home is 114% the gravity of our own planet.
In the show’s premier, Leif found his Vulpes while it was under control of a mysterious force. Since saving him, the pair have been inseparable, dealing with the trouble other critters cause around town.
Kampos - Water - Common - §5
Originally from the salt waters of their homeworld, the friendly demeanor of Kampos’ causes them to commonly gather in large schools near harbors in densely populated areas.
Leif first discovered the Kampos in episode 12 when he followed their lilted song to the water’s edge, where a gathering of Kampos bobbed on the water’s surface while performing under the moonlit sky.
Pleuro - Water - Uncommon - §15
The amphibious Pleuro are known as the lake protectors, shooting powerful jets of water at predators to keep them at bay.
They were introduced in episode 7, when they caused an uproar at Leif’s local community pool. After storming the pool to claim it as their new nesting ground, they were seen enjoying the toys and refreshments that were left behind as sims fled.
Bubalus - Water - Uncommon - §15
These gentle giants are often found floating in the middle of lakes, feasting on underwater or shoreline plants. If threatened, Bubalus will charge their offender with surprising speed.
This critter was introduced in episode 2, when Leif’s friend Finn met his Bubalus after it took up residence in his backyard fish pond.
Arcticorn - Water - Rare - §55
A prideful critter that inhabits its world’s artic waters, the Arcticorn uses its sharp icicle horn to hunt and joust against other Articorns to prove superiority.
Articorns were introduced in episode 17, when the first one to arrive in this world speared a pack of fish that was being hauled in by a fishing boat’s net. The Articorn turned aggressive as it thought the fisherman were attempting to lay claim to its kill. Leif was forced to battle the Arcticorn, and the Articorn was convinced to live in harmony with the fishermen once a pecking order was established.
Plaque - §0
Awarded to household when completing the "Voidcritters" Collection.
Limited Edition Foil Cards
Limited Edition Foil Voidcritter Cards are a rare type of card Sims can collect. Beyond a few cosmetic differences, and the fact that they are much harder to find, foil cards act the same as the regular Voidcritter cards. They also count toward the Voidcritter Card Collection.
The Voidcritter Battle Station can be purchased in the “Kids Activities” section of Build/Buy mode for §675 Simoleons. Child Sims are the only Sims who can use the battle station, but Teens and Adults can watch and cheer along. Children have the following two interactions available to them:
Train Voidcritter – Battle against Freezer Bunny in a solo battle to train your cards and raise their Power Level.
Battle Voidcritter Against – Select another child Sim to battle against one of the random cards in their inventory.
Voidcritters with higher Power Levels and elemental advantages are more likely to win the battles. The maximium Power Level for any Voidcritter card is 10, and is only affected by the amount of training and battle experiences the Voidcritter has had. Voidcritter cards will all start at level 1, gaining power faster at lower levels and slower at higher levels.
Elements play an important part in battle and can determine the winner. Elements are revealed when hovering your mouse over the card. The following list determines which elements have a better chance of winning over the other. The strengths are as follows:
Water is strong against Fire
Fire is strong against Earth
Earth is strong against Wind
Wind is strong against Void
Void is strong against Water
Battles are filled with many elemental animations that emphasize the child’s imagination. These animations are only visible when controlling a Child Sim as adult Sims cannot see anything but the game in its original form.
❗ Use Testingcheats true and shift+click to set the card to Max Power Level.
❗ Cards can be dragged and dropped directly from your Sims’ inventory to any of the two Voidcritter Battle Station card slots.
Winning and Losing Battles
Battlestations result in your Sim receiving one of five new moodlets. These moodlets are not stack-able, and will cancel out each other. For example: If your Sim receives the Got Rekt moodlet, then challenged their opponent to another battle and won, the Get Rekt moodlet would be replaced by the Voidcritter Victor.
Voidcritter Victor – Happy +1 (4 Hours)
GG – Happy +1 (2 Hours)
Got Rekt – Angry +1 (4 Hours)
Humbling Loss – Sad +1 (2 Hours)
The Art of Battle – Focused +1 (2 Hours)
The Puppet Theater is a brand new interactive object for Children, and is found in buy mode for §855 Simoleons. The puppet theater includes the following interactions: Watch Puppet Show, Perform Puppet Show, and Perform Puppet Show For.
Children who use the puppet theater will increase their social skill when performing any of the five available shows. Children are able to perform two of the five shows right from the start, and will continue to unlock an additional three shows as they increase their Social Skill. The following Puppet Shows are available to Children when performing in the puppet theater:
(Level 1 Social Skill) Search for the Notebook Snatcher
(Level 1 Social Skill) The Creature of Granite Falls
(Level 2 Social Skill) School Life
(Level 4 Social Skill) Lost in the Woods
(Level 6 Social Skill) My Pet Monster
Puppet performances result in Children receiving one of two new moodlets depending on the quality of the show. The higher a child’s social skill is, the better their performance will be. The following two moodlets are available for performing Sims:
Nervous Nellie – Sad +1 (4 Hours)
Broke a Leg – Happy +1 (4 Hours)
Audience members who watch a puppet theater performance can also receive one of three new moodlets depending on how well they believe the child performed. The following three moodlets are available for audience members:
“A” For Effort – Happy +1 (4 Hours)
Delightful Puppet Show – Happy +1 (4 Hours)
Annoying Puppets – Angry +1 (4 Hours)
Build/Buy Mode Objects
The Sims 4 Kids Room includes 43 buy and build mode items. This includes objects, build items, styled rooms, and every other item that was included with the game. The slideshow below contains 40 of these objects, with the “Styled Rooms” listed right below.
The slideshow begins with the “Beddy Bye Sleeper” and ends with the “DIY Paper Lanterns”. If you prefer to view the images individually, check out the album on Flickr.